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Right Brain vs. Left Brain
Directions Get a blank sheet of lined paper. Every time you read a description or characteristic that applies to you, write down its number on the blank sheet of paper.
Questions 1.I always wear a watch 2.I keep a journal 3.I believe there is a right and wrong way to do everything 4.I hate following directions 5.The expression "Life is just a bowl of cherries" makes no sense to me 6.I find that sticking to a schedule is boring 7.I'd rather draw someone a map the tell them how to get somewhere 8.If I lost something, I'd try to remember where I saw last 9.If I don't know which way to turn, I let my emotions guide me 10.I'm pretty good at math 11.If I had to assemble something, I'd read the directions first.
Questions 12. I'm always late getting places 13. Some people think I'm psychic 14. Setting goals for myself helps keep me from slacking off 15. When somebody asks me a question, I turn my head to the left 16. If I have a tough decision to make, I write down the pros and the cons 17. I'd make a good detective 18. I am musically inclined 19. If I have a problem, I try to work it out by relating it to one I've had in the past 20. When I talk, I gesture a lot 21. If someone asks me a question, I turn my head to the right 22. I believe there are two sides to every story
Questions 23. I can tell if someone is guilty just by looking at them 24. I keep a to do list 25. I feel comfortable expressing myself with words 26. Before I take a stand on an issue, I get all the facts 27. I've considered becoming a poet, a politician, an architect, or a dancer 28. I lose track of time easily 29. If I forgot someone's name, I'd go through the alphabet until I remembered it 30. I like to draw 31. When I'm confused, I usually go with my gut instinct 32. I have considered becoming a lawyer, journalist, or doctor
Results Next to every number on your paper, write whether it was a L or an R. Count up the number of L's and R's. Whichever number is higher represents your dominance. If the numbers are close, that means you use both sides of your brain equally.
Results 1.L 2.L 3.L 4.R 5.L 6.R 7.R 8.L 9.R 10.L 11.L 12.R 13.R 14.L 15.R 16.L 17. L 18. R 19. R 20. R 21. L 22. R 23. R 24. L 25. L 26. L 27. R 28. R 29. L 30. R 31. R 32. L